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[audio]Insight: Cuban Missile Crisis / Proposition 35 / California Glaciers / Haunted Stacks - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
Cuban Missile Crisis - 50 years ago the world was on the verge of nuclear annihilation. The Soviet Union's attempt to stage nuclear missiles in Cuba led to a 13-day standoff between the United States and its Communist counterpart, which ended 50 years ago this weekend. We'll take a look back at what it was like to live in America during those 13 days and how the nation's president, John F. Kennedy, ultimately averted humanity's greatest disaster...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; Cuban missile crisis 50th anniversary; prop 35; California Proposition 35; sex trafficking proposition; California Glaciers; Tim Palmer, writer and photographer, California Glaciers; Richard Hilton, geologist; Sacramento Public Library; Haunted Stacks at the Sacramento Public Library
Downloads: 1,304
[audio]Insight: "Freedom's Sisters" / NPR Ombudsman / Beethoven Ninth
"Freedom's Sisters" - A traveling national exhibit about 20 African-American women has come to Sacramento. The featured women are leaders from throughout the civil rights movement, including Sonia Sanchez, the poet, lecturer and advocate for Black culture. You'll meet Sanchez and hear her story. NPR Ombudsman - You'll meet Alicia Shepard, National Public Radio's ombudsman whose visiting California this week...
Keywords: Freedom's Sisters; civil rights movement; Sonia Sanchez; Sacramento Public Library; NPR Ombudsman; Alicia Shepard; National Public Radio; ombudsman; journalism; ethics; Beethoven's Ninth Symphony; Academy at All Hallows; KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio
Downloads: 328
[audio]Insight: Library dispute / Writing on his mind / Sacramento Monarchs
Library dispute - A dispute within Sacramento’s public libraries is anything but quiet. Today on Insight, find out what changes - such as buying 30 copies of "Jackass 2" DVDs - have some workers and patrons at odds with management You'll hear from local librarians, County Supervisor and Sacramento Public Library board chair Roger Dickinson, and California State Librarian Susan Hildreth. Writing on his mind - Local writer Joel Davis has just undergone his second cutting edge brain operation to ...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; County Supervisor; Sacramento Public Library; board chair; Roger Dickinson; California State Librarian; Susan Hildreth; Joel Davis; Parkinson’s Disease; Deep Brain Stimulation; Sacramento Monarchs; Jenny Boucek
Downloads: 235
[audio]Insight: Snowpack / Love, Sex and the Brain / Publish Yourself / Proud Americans
Snowpack - The winter of 2012 is off to a dry start. We'll find out just how dry from the California Department of Water Resources, which conducted the first snowpack survey of 2012 this Tuesday. We'll have an update from Maurice Roos, Chief Hydrologist, Division of Flood Management for the California Department of Water Resources. We'll also speak about what the lack of snow means for tourism and winter sports in the Sierra Nevada mountains with Andy Chapman, Director of Tourism for the North L...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; Sierra snowpack; snowpack in Sierra Nevada; Maurice Roos, Chief Hydrologist, Division of Flood Management, California Department of Water Resources; Danny Merkley, Director of Water Resources for the California Farm Bureau Federation; Andy Chapman, Director of Tourism, North Lake Tahoe Resort Association; Scientific American Book of Love, Sex and the Brain, The; Love, Sex and the Brain; Judith Horstman; self-publishing; publish yourself; Sacramento Public Library; Rivkah Sass, Director, Sacramento Public Library's I Street Press; Proud Americans: Growing up as Children of Immigrants; Judie Panneton
Downloads: 31
[audio]Insight: Youth Employment / 9-Year-Old Swimmer / Teen Cycling Team / At the Ballet
Youth Employment/Summer Jobs - It's graduation time for Sacramento Area high schools and colleges. And, like clockwork, a flood of young people are trying to find varying degrees of work in a still-depressed job market. But even if unemployment is high and the prospects of finding a well-paid job are low, there is work out there for young people. Joining us to talk about how and where a young person in Sacramento might find work are three guests who specialize in helping people find work...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; youth employment; summer jobs; Justin Wehner, Labor Market Consultant, California Employment Development Department, Sacramento Region; Jill Stockinger, librarian, Sacramento Public Library; Suzy Murray, librarian, Sacramento Public Library; online job search services; Jordan Freer, swimmer; 9-year-old swims San Francisco bay; United Nations Foundation Nothing But Nets campaign; teen cycling team; Believe and Achieve all-teen cycling team; Race Across America; RAAM; Connor Ellison, teen cyclist; At the Ballet III: Can't Touch This; Sacramento Ballet; Alex Stewart, producer, At the Ballet comedy musical revue
Downloads: 252
[audio]Insight: Snowpack / Love, Sex and the Brain / Publish Yourself / Proud Americans
Snowpack - The winter of 2012 is off to a dry start. We'll find out just how dry from the California Department of Water Resources, which conducted the first snowpack survey of 2012 this Tuesday. We'll have an update from Maurice Roos, Chief Hydrologist, Division of Flood Management for the California Department of Water Resources. We'll also speak about what the lack of snow means for tourism and winter sports in the Sierra Nevada mountains with Andy Chapman, Director of Tourism for the North L...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; Sierra snowpack; snowpack in Sierra Nevada; Maurice Roos, Chief Hydrologist, Division of Flood Management, California Department of Water Resources; Danny Merkley, Director of Water Resources for the California Farm Bureau Federation; Andy Chapman, Director of Tourism, North Lake Tahoe Resort Association; Scientific American Book of Love, Sex and the Brain, The; Love, Sex and the Brain; Judith Horstman; self-publishing; publish yourself; Sacramento Public Library; Rivkah Sass, Director, Sacramento Public Library's I Street Press; Proud Americans: Growing up as Children of Immigrants; Judie Panneton
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[audio]Insight-130613: Parkway Tensions / Chef Richard Pannell / The Poe Project / Sound Advice: Blue Dog Jam - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
Parkway Tensions - It happens every year as the weather turns warm and the days grow longer. People flock to Sacramento's crown jewel - the American River Parkway - only to realize sharing the trail, with its many uses, can be a test of tolerance. Joggers want cyclists to slow down, cyclists want joggers and walkers to stay on the shoulder and rangers want everyone to obey the rules. Now, following news that Sacramento County Rangers are ticketing cyclists for breaking the parkway's posted 15 mi...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; Parkway Tensions; American River Parkway; Joggers; cyclists; Sacramento County Rangers; Richard Pannell, Chef; new book - Succulent Sensibilites-Feeding Two Appetites; Sacramento's Juneteenth Ball; food and wine tasting Saturday night; The Poe Project; filmmaker; Edgar Allan Poe; Capital Film Arts Alliance; Sacramento Public Library; film competition; short films; One Book Sacramento; Mary Beth Barber of the Capital Film Arts Alliance; Sass, library director at the Sacramento Public Library; John Allen Cann, a professor of English literature at Cosumnes River College; Sound Advice; Blue Dog Jam; Capital Public Radio's Nick Brunner; Queens of the Stone Age; Eleanor Friedberger; Portugal; The Man
Downloads: 308
[audio]Insight: News Network: Stockton / From The Streets Of Truckee / Literacy Walk / Capital Book Festival - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
News Network: Stockton - It's the kind of story that might make you imagine a pig talking to a volleyball named "Wilson." Ten castaway pigs have mysteriously appeared on an island in the delta north of Stockton. Nobody knows how they got there, and it's unclear what to do with them. The two adult pigs and eight piglets have been living off invasive vegetation and food brought from boaters. News 10's Tim Daly recently visited the island of the pigs and joins us with some answers in this week's Ne...
Keywords: Insight; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; News Network: Stockton; Ten castaway pigs; Tim Daly; From The Streets Of Truckee; Richard Blair, Singer, songwriter; Truckee Roots; From the Streets of Truckee; Literacy Walk; The Sacramento Public Library Foundation; 916 Ink; Teach for America Sacramento; Walk4Literacy; Oak Park, Curtis Park, Land Park, midtown and downtown; April Butcher, Executive Director of the Sacramento Public Library Foundation; Nik Howard, Founding Executive Director, Teach for America Sacramento region; Capital Book Festival; Aquanetta Gordon; Chris Macias; Echoes of an Angel; Ben Gordon
Downloads: 710
[audio]Insight: Speaker John Pérez / David Watts Barton / Manufacturing Hysteria / Robert Hirst
John Perez - Assembly Speaker John Perez gives a rare one-on-one interview. Capital Public Radio's State Capitol Reporter Ben Adler guest hosts this segment. Manufacturing Hysteria - What happens to American ideals when the country is threatened? Local author Jay Feldman explores that issue in his upcoming book "Manufacturing Hysteria." Robert Hirst - The nation's preeminent Mark Twain scholar joins us...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; John Perez, California State Assembly Speaker; Jay Feldman; Manufacturing Hysteria; Robert Hirst, Mark Twain scholar; Mark Twain scholar Robert Hirst; Sacramento Public Library Big Read program; Adventures of Tom Sawyer, The; David Watts Barton
Downloads: 153
[audio]Insight: Ted Koppel / Sisters of Mercy / One Book Sacramento
Ted Koppel tells you about his upcoming Discovery Channel documentary, "Koppel on Discovery: Breaking Point." It takes a look at problems in California's prison system and focuses on the state prison in Vacaville. The Sisters of Mercy are celebrating 150 years in Sacramento. Today on Insight, you'll meet some of the Sisters and hear about their history in the area. One Book Sacramento - Davis-based author John Lescroart's latest novel "The Suspect" has been chosen for this year's One Book Sacram...
Keywords: Ted Koppel; Discovery Channel; Koppel on Discovery: Breaking Point; California prison system; state prison; Vacaville; Sisters of Mercy; 150 year anniversary; One Book Sacramento; John Lescroart; The Suspect; Sacramento Public Library; Anne Marie Gold; KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio
Downloads: 844
[audio]Insight: New Laws / Sacramento Press / History of Mather Field / Country Joe McDonald
New Year, New Laws - We'll focus on a handful of new laws taking effect this month with three Capital Public Radio reporters. Health reporter Pauline Bartolone discusses changes to needle exchange programs and the minimum age for using tanning beds. Deputy Capitol Bureau Chief Jenny O'Mara talks about the changes to the age requirement for kindergarten acceptance and the introduction of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender curriculum into school curricula...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; new California laws; California laws new for 2012; Pauline Bartolone; Jenny O'Mara; Ben Adler; Brandon Darnell, reporter, Sacramento Press; Images of America: Mather Field; Sacramento Public Library staff writes history of Mather Air Force Base; James Scott; Mills Field; Country Joe McDonald; Tribute to Woody Guthrie; Woodie Guthrie tribute by Country Joe McDonald
Downloads: 200
[audio]Insight: Is California Prepared? / Grover Norquist / American Sabor / Sound Advice: Off Air
Is California Prepared? - After a series of earthquakes hitting the Pacific, the question that many of us are asking - is California prepared? We'll talk about it with David Shelley of the US Geological Services based in Northern California. Grover Norquist - The anti-tax activist behind the Taxpayers Protection Pledge is in Caliornia to talk with Republicans and other tax activists. We'll talk with Grover Norquist about the "no tax" pledge and why he's here...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; earthquake preparedness; earthquake prediction; David Shelley, US Geological Services; Grover Norquist; Taxpayers Protection Pledge; no tax pledge; American Sabor; touring art exhibit; Latino musicians in post-WWII America; Sacramento Public Library; Smithsonian Institution; Sound Advice: Off Air; Nick Brunner
Downloads: 119
[audio]Insight: Capitol Chat / Oleander Girl"/ The Humor Times / Sound Advice - Classical - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
Capitol Chat - There are three single-subject tax proposals bouncing around the Capitol - on oil, soda and tobacco - and our Capitol Bureau Chief Ben Adler is in the bureau to give us a rundown in this week's Capitol Chat. We'll also hear the latest on Governor Brown's prison plan, which is due today. "Oleander Girl" - Author Chitra Divakaruni is returning to Sacramento with her latest novel, "Oleander Girl." Divakaruni was last on Insight in October 2012 to talk about her novel "One Amazing Thi...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; Capitol Chat; tax proposals; oil, soda and tobacco taxes; Ben Adler, Capitol Bureau Chief; Governor Brown's prison plan; Oleander Girl; Chitra Divakaruni, Author; One Amazing Thing, Sacramento State's One Book novel; Sacramento Public Library Foundation; The Humor Times; monthly political humor publication; Capitol Steps; James Israel; Sound Advice: Classical; Kent Teeters, Capital Public Radio's classical morning host; Christopher O'Riley, host of From the Top; NPR's favorite pianist
Downloads: 118
[audio]Insight: Spring Storms and El Nino / Dealing with Child Grief / Flying Monkey Productions / Austin Kleon - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
El Nino? - We will talk with Dr. Kelly Redmond about what the recent March storms mean for our drought and how they factor into our water budget. Child Grief - Dinner table conversations about death and loss are often prompted by news events - the Washington mudslide or the disappearance of Malaysian Flight 370 are examples - but every family experiences grief at some point, in some way, and we wonder about the "right way" to handle it...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; El Nino; Dr. Kelly Redmond; March storms; drought; water budget; Child Grief; Dinner table conversations about death; grief; Teri Collet, Clinical Supervisor with Community Hospice Social Services in Modesto; grief counseling program for kids; Generation ME; Flying Monkey Productions; Julie Soto; Will Finan; Ryan Warren; original musical dealing with teen suicide; Show Your Work; Austin Kleon, Author; 10 easy tips on how to parlay your creativity into a career; Sacramento Public Library; Show Your Work! 10 Ways to Share Your Creativity and Get Discovered
Downloads: 498
[audio]Insight: The Political Junkie Goes West / Sochi Wrap-up / Sacramento Saloons / James Cavern - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
The Political Junkie: The Political Junkie is turning his analytical gaze west. Ken Rudin, known to NPR listeners from his many years talking all things politics with Neal Conan on "Talk of the Nation," joins Insight host Beth Ruyak for a new signature segment that puts California politics in the context of the national scene. Rudin joins us from Washington D.C. in effort to put it all in perspective...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; The Political Junkie; Ken Rudin; NPR; Neal Conan; Talk of the Nation; Trivia Question; Gray Davis; Democrat; recalled in 2003; last REPUBLICAN governor recalled; Sochi Wrap-up; Winter Games; San Francisco family; adopted their son five miles outside of Sochi; The Goodmans; Sacramento Saloons; Sacramento Beer Week; James Scott, Librarian with the Special Collections of the Sacramento Public Library; historical book on saloons and gambling; Time Tested Books; James Cavern, musician; soulful lyrics and bluesy guitar; NBC's televised singing competition; The Voice; Pilot; performed a song in our studio
Downloads: 75
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